Here you will find information on how to get pregnant or how to live a quiet pregnancy. Find how to identify the first symptoms of pregnancy, when you should get tested, calculate the months or weeks of pregnancy and accompany the development of your baby week by week. It is also important to know how to handle and react to possible complications such as high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, ectopic pregnancy or risk pregnancy.
- Pregnancy symptoms The first pregnancy symptoms can arise before your period is delayed, but they may be so subtle that can pass unnoticed unless you know your body very well or are trying to get pregnant for a long...
- How to calculate your gestational age in weeks and months
- How to interpret the beta HCG test results
- How to know if you are pregnant
All about Pregnancy
- What are the risks of having hepatitis c during pregnancy Hepatitis C during pregnancy can be transmitted to the baby at the time of delivery, if it is a vaginal birth, however it is very rare for this to happen. Updated in 09/10/2019
- How to treat the flu during pregnancy To treat the flu during pregnancy there are some cautions that must be followed because pregnant women can not take the common medication used to fight the flu, as they can harm the baby. Updated in 01/10/2019
- Causes and what to do if you feel abdominal pain during pregnancy Abdominal pain in pregnancy can be caused by the growth of the uterus, constipation or gas, and can be relieved through a balanced diet, exercise or teas. Updated in 27/09/2019
- 10 Foods Pregnant Women Should Not Eat During pregnancy, special care must be taken with your diet, as several foods can impair the development of the baby and the health of your pregnancy. Updated in 26/09/2019
- What to eat while breastfeeding A mother\'s diet during breastfeeding should be rich and varied, but above all, it should be filled with foods such as fruits, whole grains, dairy products, vegetables and greens, avoiding... Updated in 12/09/2019
- What to do if you are losing amniotic fluid If your panties get wet during pregnancy it may indicate increased intimate lubrication, involuntary loss of urine, or loss of amniotic fluid, and so it is important you know how to identify each of... Updated in 11/09/2019
- 10 Tips to Avoid Swollen Feet during Pregnancy It is normal for the feet and ankles to become swollen during pregnancy and may begin to swell around 6 months of gestation, becoming more intense and uncomfortable especially at the end of pregnancy,... Updated in 10/09/2019
- 13 Weeks of pregnancy: fetal development At 13 weeks of gestation, which is around 3 months of pregnancy, is marked by neck development, which allows the baby to move its head more easily. Updated in 09/09/2019
- Pregnancy symptoms The first pregnancy symptoms can arise before your period is delayed, but they may be so subtle that can pass unnoticed unless you know your body very well or are trying to get pregnant for a long... Updated in 23/08/2019
- 22 Weeks of pregnancy: fetal development The development of the baby at 22 weeks of gestation, which is 5 months pregnant, for some women is marked by the fact that the mother feels the baby more frequently. Updated in 21/08/2019